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EgyptAir resumes more flight destinations

Posted 28 September 2020 · Add Comment

EgyptAir will resume services from Cairo to Muscat, Amman, Kigali, Johannesburg, and Entebbe.

EgyptAir resumes more flight destinations. Image: EgyptAir B737-800. EgyptAir

The airline will begin flights to Muscat starting October 1st with two flights per week, Amman starting October 4 with two flights per week, and from October 8, the company’s flights will resume operating to Kigali with one flight and to Johannesburg with two flights per week, in addition to operating one flight per week to Entebbe starting from October 9, and a flight between Alexandria and Dubai with three flights per week, starting October 9.

 

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